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McLaren eyes 'something different' for future

May 30, 2014 .- Rumours are continuing to swirl around the McLaren team. In Monaco, former team champion Alain Prost urged the struggling British outfit to "do something a little bit different" to return to the front of the grid. "Yes, I agree with the comments of Alain," said the Woking based team's new-in-2014 team boss, Eric Boullier. "This is what I have been doing since I started." Also new in 2014 has been the return to F1 management of McLaren 'supremo' Ron Dennis, a year ahead of the highly-anticipated works Honda partnership. This week, the Woking based team denied rumours the Japanese car manufacturer is looking to buy a 50 per cent McLaren stake....
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